Mel B accepted lack of money to not support her ex-husband 1

Mel B accepted lack of money to not support her ex-husband 1

Mel B's representative presented in court about her tax debts and stated why she did not want divorce benefits for Stephen Belafonte.

According to Telegraph, on July 1, Mel B attended the divorce trial of Stephen Belafonte – the person she accused of physically and mentally abusing her for many years – in Los Angeles, USA.

Mel B and his wife when they were still together.

Mel B appeared in court wearing black pants, a white shirt and sat far away from Stephen Belafonte.

The amount of about 50 million USD that Mel B earned from her famous time with the Spice Girls is said to have been `burned away` because of her and her husband’s lavish and bohemian lifestyle.

While living with Stephen Belafonte, Mel B bought luxury cars worth $260,000, vacationed on private jets, rented expensive villas… The Spice Girls singer also has a hobby of buying expensive jewelry,

Mel B accepted lack of money to not support her ex-husband

Mel B and his wife were still happy

The Los Angeles Superior Court then heard arguments on whether Mel B should be forced to pay divorce benefits to Stephen Belafonte.

Larry Bakman, Mel B’s legal representative, said it would be unpleasant for her to have to pay her abuser.

Mel B accepted lack of money to not support her ex-husband

Mel B has a hobby of buying expensive jewelry and designer bags.

The Sun’s source said that Mel B currently has just over 1,000 USD left in her bank account.

Judge Lawrence Riff said the court will issue a written decision on July 5.

Mel B accepted lack of money to not support her ex-husband

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Mel B and Stephen Belafonte got married in 2007, after 5 months of dating.

On April 6, when filing for divorce against Mel B, Stephen Belafonte asked his wife to provide post-separation benefits and pay all lawyer-related fees.

Minh Anh

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